source: Uli Benz / TUM
The historical and former monastery Raitenhaslach located in the beautiful Bavarian landscape offers an inspiring hub for international academic discussion. After its extensive restoration work, the monastery's late-baroque prelate's wing was turned by the Technical University of Munich (TUM) into The Science & Study Center. With some 1,000 square meters of space, the center offers scientists, and students seminar and study rooms in a range of sizes.
Shuttle busses will be available for the conference participants on arrival (Sunday, 7th July 2019) and departure (Friday, 12th July at 2 pm) for a total fee of 30 EUR. The following pick-up serivces can be booked during the registration process from these locations:
- from Munich Central Station, at 12.00 pm
- from Munich Airport, at 1.30 pm
- from Salzburg Central Station, at 1 pm
- from Salzburg Airport, at 2 pm
TUM Science & Study Center Raitenhaslach is approx. 8 km from the railway station in Burghausen.
hourly service from Munich to Burghausen, change in Mühldorf; travel time: approx. 2 hrs.
Deutsche Bahn (DB)
service from Salzburg to Burghausen, change in Tüßling; traveltime: approx. 2 hrs.
Österreichische Bundesbahnen (ÖBB)
Munich airport: 1 hour and 30 minutes by car to Raitenhaslach.
Salzburg airport: 50 minutes by car to Raitenhaslach.
Take the A94 motorway following signs to Passau. Then take the B12 trunkroad to Mühldorf. At Mühldorf go back onto the A94 as far as the Burghausen exit. Carry on along the B20 in the direction of Salzburg and follow signs to Raitenhaslach. The journey is approximately 90 minutes
From Salzburg (Austria):
Take the B20 trunk road following signs to Tittmoning/Burghausen. Before Burghausen follow signs to Raitenhaslach.
Take the A3 motorway following signs to Offenbach, Würzburg West, Nuremberg and Regensburg.Then take the B20 trunk road following signs to Straubing, Marktl and Burghausen. Continue in the direction of Salzburg and follow signs to Raitenhaslach.